Dubbed ‘The Stegosaurus’ due to its striking profile, the roll-out of the MK2 prototype has now been given the green light and a further 29 wagons will be converted during 2021.
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The Canada Infrastructure Bank is to invest in Tshiuetin Rail, alongside the Government of Canada and Government of Quebec.
Alstom has successfully installed and commissioned its SIL 4 signalling Electronic Interlocking System on the Quseia section of the Beni Suef-Assuyt railway line in Egypt.
The European Commission's ‘Fit for 55’ regulatory package will be crucial in the transition to sustainable mobility in Europe.
The innovative ‘double composite’ approach will be used on the Wendover Dean Viaduct, aiming to help HS2 cut its carbon footprint while delivering a lighter, stronger and more elegant structure.
EWR Co has appointed international technical and professional services firm, Jacobs, as its programme partner for the next three years to support the organisation through the next stage of its development.
Before the locomotive is put into full service in autumn 2021, it will go through a period of testing and certification.
MTA Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) has announced that Wi-Fi is now available in Atlantic Terminal and cell connectivity for Verizon subscribers in the LIRR tunnel between Atlantic Terminal and Bedford Avenue.
The latest agreement of a long-standing partnership, will see the innovative mineral hopper cars delivered to the Acron Group in 2022.
The groundbreaking Transport Decarbonisation Plan includes the aim to create a net zero rail network by 2050.
Developed by Siemens Mobility, the two-car train is to be tested on the Augsburg-Füssen route, among others, beginning in mid-2023.
The June 2021 'tracker’ carried out by the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), shows that monthly revenue losses for passenger, freight and infrastructure services since January 2021 have remained consistent (compared to 2019 pre-crisis times).
Deutsche Bahn's mobile filling station will enable the rapid refuelling of hydrogen trains within 15 minutes, paving the way for climate neutrality.
The proposed Palmdale Station will transform the North Los Angeles County area, and will serve as a connection point for the California high-speed rail network, Metrolink and Brightline West.
Valued at approximately €130 million, the contract will see 118 regional trains retrofitted with ETCS Level 2 and 3, as well as ATO GoA2.